Donna Clayton Death, Obituary – Donna Clayton, who was our beloved mother and who passed away not too long ago and is praising the Lord now, was an exceptional example of what it means to be a person in this world. The individuals whose lives she touched will forever leave an indelible mark on the world, and the kingdom of God will be a better place as a direct result of the fact that she was a part of it. We will never be able to forget her, but the people whose lives she touched will leave an imprint on the world that can never be erased. We will be able to keep her memory alive and make sure that it is passed on to future generations if we continue to celebrate her life and work in this way and make sure that it is preserved for the future.
We would like to use this opportunity to extend an invitation to everyone who would be interested in taking part in the celebrations, and we would be really grateful if you would be kind enough to share the following information with your family members and friends: On Friday, January 27, the viewing will begin at three in the afternoon and will continue at the Antioch Baptist Church in Springfield, New Jersey, all the way up until seven in the evening. In addition, the funeral services will take place at the Antioch Baptist Church on January 28 at ten in the morning. These services will begin at the same location. The service will initially begin at that location.
People who had the opportunity to spend time getting to know Donna received the idea that she had a presence in their life that was both motivating and encouraging. This was the impression that people who had the chance to spend time getting to know Donna had. Those individuals believed themselves to be really lucky to have been given the chance to spend some time getting to know Donna. The sharp banter and in-depth chats that we had while we were spending time together will always be some of the most treasured memories I have from that time period. Please accept my sincerest condolences for the loss of her loved ones and the suffering that they have had as a result of the tragedy that has befallen them. My heart aches for them. I hope and pray that in the afterlife, her sweet spirit may one day be able to arrive at the place of rest and tranquility that it so well deserves.